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A team of paleontologists, including a University of Pennsylvania doctoral candidate, has described a new species of dinosaur based upon an incomplete skeleton found in western New Mexico.
A new species of dinosaur unearthed in Mexico is giving scientists fresh insights into the ancient history of western North America, according to an international research team.
Zuniceratops, meaning "Zuni-horned face," is a genus of ceratopsian dinosaur from the mid-Turonian age of the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now New Mexico. It was discovered in 1996 by eight-year-old Christopher James Wolfe, son of paleontologist Douglas G. Wolfe, in the Moreno Hill Formation in west-central New Mexico. It is known from a skull and bones of several individuals. Zuniceratops lived about 10 million years earlier than the more well-known horned Ceratopsidae and provides...
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